Biden nominates three to Fed board

Joe Biden
Joe Biden
Gage Skidmore

US president Joe Biden announced three candidates for vacancies on the Federal Reserve Board on January 14.

The three nominees, if confirmed, would introduce an unprecedented degree of diversity to the Fed’s leadership, with four women forming a majority on the board.

Appointments to the Federal Reserve require the consent of the US Senate, and the White House will submit formal notice of the nomination in coming days. One senior Republican senator has already indicated he may oppose one of

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